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Apparently it has been around for awhile, but RMIT University in Australia created a font that is specifically designed tor retention called Sans Forgetica.… Read More The post TIL – There’s a Font That Was Scientifically Designed to Help You Remember Information appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
After Turbulent Year, Bar Associations Urge Lawyers To Focus on Mental Health Missteps, Misdeeds, and Misrepresentations: Judge Johnston’s Treatise on e-Discovery Sanctions Migrating Data Through Workflows is What eDiscovery is All About: eDiscovery Best Practices During Black History Month, Understand Workplace Concerns of Black Employees Is it Zoom Fatigue or Just Bad Meetings? I’m gonna go with bad meetings, or at least too many meetings that could have been quick calls or emails. Microsoft has…
Lee Rosen has an important reminder for all managers. “It takes a while to fully appreciate that the stupid crap we say all day has an impact. We know we’re just talking, but the folks who work for us think it all matters. We’re the boss.”… Read More The post Linked: Warning – They’re Always Listening To You appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing…
Was having this conversation with a coworker recently, about the importance as a trainer or a consultant and admitting when you don’t know the answer to a question. It’s a pretty common discussion in the training world, where you want … Read More The post Quick Thought – If You Never Admit to Not Knowing Something, Do You Know Anything? appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this,…
I’m sure many of you have already seen the ongoing battle between Facebook, and Google, and the Australian government. The government, mostly at the behest of Rupert Murdoch, is about to pass a law that forces the “big tech” companies to negotiate with news publishers to pay them for the content that is linked to on Google News or on Facebook.  I’m hear to argue that this is legitimately insane. … Read More The post The
Annalise describes a fairly typical situation, and what goes through our minds when we try to decide whether to say anything at work: “Let’s take something as simple as, theoretically: “My therapist is booked because demand is so high. I … Read More The post Linked: Time to end workplace stigma of mental health treatment for employees appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to…
Look, it’s going to take some time, but eventually, it’s coming. We’ve only begun to have conversations around things like Universal Basic Income, or free healthcare, and restructuring the economy. Many, if not most, people are against these things, because they don’t fit with the current world, and frankly, if I thought the world was going to stay the same, I might agree that some of these ideas are probably taking things to far. But,…
UniCourt Influencer Q&A with Amanda Brown of Lagniappe Law Lab More bosses are using software to monitor remote workers. Not everyone is happy about it Corporate E-Discovery Insourcing Runs Straight Into Talent, and Culture, Walls Filter Out Annoying Facebook Posts With These Tools – Learn some tools to take control over your own newsfeed. 3 Insights Following the Water Facility Attack A Case Against the Peeping Tom Theory of Privacy Legal Tech Innovation: The Future…
Full disclosure. I am a paid customer of LastPass. I have been for a number of years now. Why? Because this is one piece of technology that is worth paying for. There may be some other options out there that give you what you want for free, and there are, obviously, other paid solutions out there as well.… Read More The post Linked: LastPass to Limit Usage of Free Version appeared first on Mike McBride